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>> we'll see if we can get that pipeline built. >> reporter: on his third day in office, president trump signed two executive orders to revisit building both the dakota access pipeline and the keystone xl pipeline. protestors said the pipelines were an environmental disaster waiting to happen. president trump calls them moneymakers. >> a lot of jobs, 28,000 jobs. >> that's the big fallacy here this american jobs thing that we're hearing. in fact, jobs -- there will only be 35 permanent jobs from the keystone xl pipeline. >> reporter: she says her organization will look at every legal hook possible to prevent these pipelines from being built. and she is right about one thing according to the state department the keystone xl only creates 35 permanent jobs but it could create more than 42,000 temporary jobs. >> we can't fall back and give
in to the climate deniers, the science is clear, the danger is real!! >> reporter: today's decision energized environmentalists who planned to stand up for climate change and advocate for environmental policies. governor brown says california is ready to lead that fight. >> whatever they do in washington, they can't change the facts. and these are the facts. the climate is changing. the temperatures are rising. so are the oceans. >> reporter: president trump also signed an executive order to streamline the environmental permitting process. the natural resources defense council calls this a dangerous move that removes the public from the entire process. susie steimle, kpix 5. today the environment, tomorrow immigration. president trump is expected to sign executive actions to tighten border security. new at 6:00 we get our first look at the major storm damage closing one of the most scenic highways in the world. huge mudslides are blocking part of highway 1 in big sur. kpix 5's len ramirez shows us
the massive clean-up that's expected to take weeks. >> reporter: the coast is clear. but the road through big sur is not. [ inaudible ] >> reporter: chp officers set up a roadblock on highway 1 to turn around traffic because massive slides are still covering the roads. caltrans' geologists says this is one of several slides still blocking highway 1 south of big sur five days after they came down on friday morning. this team actually hiked to the top of the slide to take a look and they say the area around it is still very unstable. >> the severity is big boulders the size of cars on the road, big holes in the road from the big boulders, as well. >> reporter: although warning signs of the closure are posted as far back as carmel, carloads of mostly tourists still try to get through but are disappointed. [ indiscernible ]
>> we have to go back, consuming two hours. >> reporter: how do you feel about that? >> frustrated. >> yeah. >> i have dinner plans with my friends at 7:00. >> reporter: they came from new york. this family was from germany. >> landslide. >> we have to turn now? because we want to go to [ indiscernible ] [ baby crying ] >> reporter: that left stretches of the highway empty. bad news for big sur businesses. >> there's no one coming through. you can look around. there's not a single person in here. some are filing for unemployment. >> highway 1 is likely to be closed for at least three weeks. >> reporter: in big sur, kpix 5, len ramirez. several state parks are all closed due to flooding damage. new at 6:00 a new plan by the governor could cost some
students their opportunity to go to college. kpix 5's emily turner reports, under his state budget plan, the governor wants to cut a scholarship programmed geared towards middle class students. >> reporter: if this program is cut it will affect thousands of middle class california families forcing their children to rethink their options for higher education. 18-year-old rose wants to attend ucla and eventually medical school. but just five months out from graduation, that specific dream may be impossible or at least will be more expensive. >> unfortunately, that's the way of the game. so i'm trying to work around that getting creative with financial aid and scholarships. >> reporter: governor brown's call to end the state's only financial aid program for the middle class would make it even
more challenging. rose's parents were depending on the $3,000 a year to help them with the $34,000 a year it will cost them. >> we're scraping every piece together to try to, um, make this work. my daughter deserves to go to a university. she is ready to go to a university. >> reporter: cutting the program, the state hopes to close the budget gap and keep the program for lower income families afloat. >> one of the things we want to make sure that we do while we're closing that gap $1.6 million is to make sure that we are still maintaining and protecting student aid for the most needy students. >> reporter: jill cohen sandler and her husband make more than the income cutoff for that program but with the 4.7 gpa, hundreds of community service hours and a laundry list of extracurriculars, she says her daughter isn't any less deserving of that state university education. >> for every semester, every class for the last four years, even before that, like in middle school, i mean, i put in a lot of work and so it would
be really rewarding to go to the school that i really want to go to. >> reporter: many california universities like ucla, uc- berkeley, uc-davis do offer their own financial aid programs. that are applicable to the middle class but they supplement state system not supplant it. emily turner, kpix 5. new at 6:00 a new list is out highlighting the best and worst cities in america for families and two bay area cities are on opposite sides of the spectrum. the group considered four factors. safety based on fbi crime data, housing affordability based on household income, education based on high school graduation rates, and the percentage of residents under 18. we sent report to two bay area cities, the best and the worst. >> reporter: and i'm jessica flores in oakland where the city has been ranked the worst in the bay area for families. this woman and her husband
moved to oakland to raise their five-year-old daughter. >> there's other cities in the bay area you can live. why choose oakland? >> well, oakland is a very progressive place. >> reporter: she says she likes that oakland is often ground zero for political demonstrations and she was attracted to the diaper city. >> different kids from different ethnicities that's great. >> reporter: in oakland unified school district there are 50 native languages spoken. and half the kids speak a language other than english at home. but the group didn't look at diversity or political engagement when ranking family- friendly cities and oakland came in last in the bay area based in part on crime data and school graduation rates. their safety score would be 1.8 out of 100. affordability, 37.6.
education score 2.9. the child-friendliness score 21. >> i can't say that oakland is bad for families because i'm hoping to raise mine here. >> reporter: this realtor was born and raised in oakland. she says buyers from san francisco are looking to oakland for more affordable housing. >> a lot of people choose oakland because of the culture of art and community and a kind of gritty feel. >> reporter: that gritty feel you just can't get in bay area suburban communities. this woman says she won't be moving anytime soon. >> it's up to us as -- as -- as parents, as part of the community, to make it better. >> reporter: out of 510 cities ranked, oakland came in at 503. in oakland, i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. i'm juliette goodrich in pleasanton, where the city has been ranked one of the best bay area cities for families. welcome to pleasanton, population, 74,000 where some
call it -- >> pleasantville. >> feels like that. >> it does. it's wonderful. >> reporter: pleasanton is affluent in alameda county a suburb just 25 miles east of oakland. what's the big draw? location, education, transportation? what is it? >> um, i would say education. >> reporter: real estate broker foreign [indiscernible name] has been selling homes in pleasanton for more than 20 years. she says it's an easy cell. >> pleasanton being safe, family oriented, we have award winning schools here, great transportation, downtown with great events especially in summertime. >> reporter: full disclosure i grew up in pleasanton. this is my childhood home. >> well, to us it's no big secret. >> reporter: scott is president of the pleasanton chamber of commerce and says this report really doesn't surprise him: what is that special ingredient? what is it? >> oh, got to be that safe streets. safe neighborhoods. great schools. and to me, we're main street meets wall street. we have such a great job center
but we still center this incredible downtown. >> reporter: if the city were to get a report card its safety score 80, affordability 87.5, education 97. child-friendliness score, 95. >> i think i just like the quaintness here. it's very old. we enjoy walking down here. it's like old california. >> reporter: pleasanton's overall grade in this report was an a. in pleasanton, juliette goodrich, kpix 5. >> and san ramon ranked the best city in the united states for education. oakland is beefing up tenant protections after the deadly ghost ship warehouse fire. the new ordinance passed by the city council would significantly increase the sum that renters get when their building does not live to up current codes and beefs up noncompliant penalties toes landlords. 36 people were killed when the fire happened last month.
the city council is also declaring december 2 as ghost ship remembrance day in the city to memorialize the lives lost in the fire. a picturesque waterfall wiped out by a massive mudslide. how the sliding earth destroyed a special hideaway in the santa cruz mountains. >> a car submerged in a raging bay area creek for days. now a new twist. crews recover the car but the teenaged driver is nowhere to be found. >> a bumpy ride for bay area drivers. potholes destroying tires. the little known way you can get help covering those repairs. >> finally dry on kpix 5 hi-def doppler radar. coming up, when the rain returns and find out which sierra ski resort has already received 38 feet of snow. next. ,,,,
cruz mountains is making for a chopper five is live over a water rescue near the dumbarton bridge... there was a report of two peop may chopper 5 is live over a water rescue near the dumbarton bridge in the bay. two people are in the water after being in a canoe. one person has been rescued is in a fire department boat or raft. the other person still in the water without a life vest on.
fire rescue crews are on the scene. we'll keep an eye on it and get you the latest when we know. the santa cruz mountains is making for a dangerous mess. a mudslide destroyed the love creek falls. it's a little hideaway about a mile and a half from ben lomond near highway 9. kpix 5's devin fehely spoke to one man who was near the falls as the soil gave way. >> one tree fell 30 feet from me. ha. it was a small one, though. but, um, it still would have hurt. [ laughter ] >> reporter: john hudson's sense of humor survived the storms fine but the same can't be said for the love creek falls just down the road from his ben lomond home. >> i heard that tree start to come down and i was able to duck behind a car. >> reporter: this is what's left of the falls. the rest is buried under the cascade of mud and rock and uprooted trees. >> i wouldn't say stabilize, no. we keep getting more rain and it keeps getting a little shakier. >> reporter: residents cut away the trees that crisscross the
road opening a path to cars and the curious. the clean-up for communities throughout the santa cruz mountains won't be quirks simple or cheap. >> you had probably the equivalent of 1,000 fire hoses blasting away at the area. >> reporter: rick is on the other side of this road in scotts valley where a damaged culvert caused a torrent of water to claw away at the ground under nelson road >> i was impressed that the power of flowing water, ha ha, to erode and move earth is -- you know, it's impressive. >> reporter: for now, residents have found a bypass allowing them in and out of their neighborhood until the road can be repaired. meanwhile, at love creek falls, stuffed animals marked the spot of a deadly 1982 mudslide that killed 10 a memorial to the destruction of nature. devin fehely, kpix 5. tonight there's still no sign of a missing 18-year-old girl whose car plunged into the
alameda creek over the weekend. after four days of searching crews were finally able to pull her car from the creek along niles canyon road. but when they looked inside, there was no trace of the driver jayda jenkins. now the search for her is expanding to include the entire length of alameda creek to san francisco bay. >> until i find her, she is coming home. she is coming home. >> we have different marine patrol units out now including our own sheriff's office marine patrol unit checking the bay waters. and then we'll come upstream and then we're also working downstream. >> water managers had reduced the water flow of the reservoirs nearby to help with recovery but can't hold it back anymore so the spillways will be reopened tonight. and we now know that a ski patroller killed at squaw valley this morning had been
handling explosives at the time. it happened just before the lifts opened at the top of gold coast ridge. officials say 42-year-old joe zuchis had been killed by the detonation. he was trying to reduce the threat of avalanche with the explosives. >> most of the hand charges are safe. they are being used all over the united states at ski resorts. so it is kind of unique to have something like this happen. >> he leaves behind a wife and baby boy. squaw will re-open with limited operations tomorrow. snowplow drivers in the sierra are hitting a roadblock now running out of places to dump their snow. city crews in tahoe have been working hard to keep the roads clear after they received nearly 20 inches of snow over the weekend. but with their main spot nearly full there is concern over what to do with all that new snow, where to store it. >> ultimately you have to bucket it out and truck it out and get rid of it move it to a different location.
we are having an issue finding a spot. >> the public utility spot is looking for a new spot before the next snowstorm. >> they get a break in the snow for a while. >> it was two apes ago and brought the big stick despite the fact there was no snow. no snow. now we don't have places to put all the snow. >> right. >> we have hit two extremes. a look at the mainly dry day we have seen in a while the first of many a nice dry stretch coming up. we have earned it. san jose, hayward and napped 56 for a high. san francisco and fremont 53. always want to check the radar especially off all that rain. we are dry for the water year. not dry san jose 34% above average. livermore 81% above average. san francisco 150% of average. and santa rosa you nearly have had double your normal rainfall. and check out these snow totals
in the sierra. mount rose since the beginning of the ski season 461 inches of snow. that's more than 38 feet of snow. boreal more than 400 inches of snow and "sierra at tahoe" 330 inches of snow. tremendous amounts but in some cases it's actually too much. the sierra gets a break. you get a break. we all get a break coming up because this ridge of high pressure is building towards us and by saturday we'll be sitting directly over the bay area keeping the rain away on thursday. we had a tiny rain chance. that's gone. now we're looking at dry weather through next tuesday. 7 straight dry days. cold tonight. clear skies. still january. fog inland and we'll have frost freezing fog in places lake napa, fairfield and santa rosa. concord down to 35. that's chilly h we are staying dry tomorrow. but we are also going to stay chilly. the warmer weather will not arrive until the weekend. mid-50s for redwood city and fremont. napa 53. concord 54. and vallejo 54 degrees and we will warm up later on this week
and we'll get relatively speaking kind of mild by the weekend with widespread low 60s away from the water and you will notice no rain across the board until next tuesday night with our next widespread rain chance not until next wednesday which is the first day of february. that's your kpix 5 forecast. trash troubles in the bay. giant trees even a refrigerator. a look at the mountains of debris washed in from the storm and how it's causing problems for ferry service. >> you hear this one? why do the atlanta falcons giver that nfc championship game ball to a player's wife? and can roger federer become the oldest player since jimmy connors to reach the semi final of the grand slams? the answer next. life is deaths. and births. sickness and health. love and heartbreak. and covered california is there for it all. not just to help keep you well.
is a silver lining when your football team goes 2-14. the 49ers announced today that they ll freeze ticket p it turns out there is a silver lining when your football team goes 2-14. the 49ers announced today they will freeze ticket prices for the next two years. san francisco has gone 15-33 since moving to levi's.
the stadium built partially with the revenue from personal seat licenses. what might solves that problem? a franchise quarterback. remember when they passed on arab rodgers? they could draft watson with the number 2 pick. they got advice from sweeney the college coach. >> they pass on desean watson they're passing on michael jordan. i mean, i'm just telling yeah. i'm just an old funky college coach. sean watson is the best. roger federer entered the australian open as the 17th seed but the 35-year-old has turned back the clock. he needed only an hour and a half to beat mischa zverev in straight sets and advance to the semifinals. it was zverev who beat andy
murray. even federer's family wasn't planning on being in melbourne this long. >> they told me when it's like please don't move, daddy. we don't want to stay here for longer. for the first time today one of my daughters says, actually, okay, i'm happy to go skiing in switzerland now. [ laughter ] >> so i was like, come on. give me one more match here, maybe i can hang around for a couple more days. think she is going to be all right with it. forget julio jones and matt ryan. atlanta's most impressive performance this post-season occurred in the stands. katie the wife of falcons guard andy went into labor during the team's game against the seahawks two weeks ago but! she stayed in her seat until the finish before going to the hospital. >> what? >> we gave andy's wife the game ball. it was a week late and put ultimate toughness on it. we felt that was definitely worthy of a game ball. she doesn't know that yet. so if she is watching, andy
will bring it today. guess who is coming to a golf course near you. >> i'll be working on packing and the getting my nails done at the spa at pebble beach. >> bill murray confirmed he will play at pro-am next month at pebble beach and has an open invitation to join me or the postgame show. yale beat brown by a point over the weekend but the shot of the game came during halftime. >> for $5,000 ... ah! >> oh, yeah. >> cameraman couldn't contain himself. that's browns sophomore the nephew of our own allen martin. matt byers sunk the half court shot to win $5,000. 20 seconds of fame. >> there you go. >> i hope he is watching on
facebook live. i want him to demand a full had basketball scholarship. >> allen wouldn't mind $1,000 -- >> good take on that. >> thank you. all right. coming up in the next half- hour, president trump doubling down on an unproven claim. mr. trump says millions of people voted illegally costing him the popular vote. tonight we're asking what you think about his voter fraud allegations. >> and new details on a car crash that sent several bay area high school students to the hospital. >> potholes causing a rocky ride all over the bay area. you may not be able to protect your tires. but there may be a way to get some help with the repairs.
ken bastida is monitoring a breaking story for us. happening right now... a full scale water rescue underway near the dumbarton our top stories at 6:30. a breaking news story for us right now. ken bastida has the story. >> happening now a full-scale water rescue that's going on near the dumbarton bridge. chopper 5 is over the search site right now where fire department boats are looking for a missing boater. here's what we know about this. about 4:40 this afternoon, a call came in about 2 people in trouble. as we understand it now, one was on a raft. the other was in a canoe.
rescue teams have located one of the individuals. the concern now is for the other person who is in the bay with no life vest. that water is cold. you cannot survive long in san francisco bay without proper attire. other issue is dashness complicating that search. of course we'll keep monitoring this story for you. crews trying to clear a section of the road near big sur. mudslides have done tons of rock and debris along the coastal road. >> gotsche gruel every brown delivered the state of the stay address in sacramento. there was one topic on which he praised president trump. >> here's the topic with a president stating his firm
intention to build and build big. he committed a trillion dollars to public works across the country. we are there with you. >> governor brown did slam the new president about healthcare, climate change and immigration. governor says that immigrants are an integral part of california. veronica? >> thank you. a live look from the nation's capital right now. he met with business leaders and lawmakers but tonight is still questioning the integrity of the november election. today the white house stood by trump's claims that as many as 5 million people voted illegally but didn't offer any evidence. it is the topic of our snapshot poll. what do you think about president trump's claims that voter fraud cost him the popular vote? you can watch the results update on the bottom of your screen. meantime, cbs reporter weijia
jiang on why the keystone xl and dakota access oil pipelines may you can watch the results update on the bottom of your screen there. cbs reporter weijia jang on why the keystone xl and dakota access pipeline may be back under construction soon. the white house is standing by president trump's assertion that he lost the popular vote in the presidential election because as many as five million people voted illegally. >> he continues to maintain that belief based on studies and evidence that people have presented to him. >> reporter: but so far, there is no evidence to support the claim. >> i have seen no evidence to that effect. >> reporter: the association that represents state election officials told cbs news it is not aware of any evidence that supports the voter fraud claims made by president trump. >> i would urge the president to knock this off. i am begging the president to share with us the information you have about this or please stop saying it. >> reporter: the president had a busy day at the white house. he is undoing some of former
president obama's work by signing executive actions to revise the proposed keystone xl pipeline and dakota access pipeline projects. >> we'll build our own pipeline. we will build our own pipes. >> reporter: demonstrators protested mr. trumps actions outside the white house. in a meeting tuesday morning with auto executives, the president vowed to streamline the permit process for manufacturers. >> i am to a large extent an environmentalist. i believe in it but it's out of control. and we're going to make a very short process. >> reporter: he also met with senate leaders and accepted an invitation to address a joint session of congress next month. weijia jang, cbs news, the white house. democratic senators sparred with some of president trump's cabinet nominees over healthcare and personal finances today. the senate voted to approve south carolina governor nikki haley to take over as the new u.s. ambassador to the united nations. but during confirmation hearings earlier today
democratic senators grew frustrated as congressman tom price refused to divulge president trump's plans to replace obamacare. >> i guarantee you that the individuals that lost coverage under the affordable care act we will commit to making certain that they don't lose. >> the senate judiciary committee wants more time before it votes on president trump's pick for attorney general. alabama senator jeff sessions has denied decades old allegations of racism and has pledged to maintain freedom and equality for everyone if confirmed. california senator dianne feinstein formally requested a delay on the vote earlier today. dozens rallied outside her san francisco office against mr. trump's cabinet picks. [ screaming ] many people were cheering carrying signs that criticized the nominees. the rally was one of several planned nationwide today by moveon.org. some said they opposed mr.
trump's agenda. >> i'm here because -- [ inaudible ] >> that was hard to hear. sorry about that. female board of supervisors members vowed to fight to protect women's health services. a california county trying to rein in the marijuana growing rush. a packed crowd shows up to debate the future of pot. the late breaking decision on a ban. >> a lot of votes coming in. what do you think about mr. trump saying illegal voting cost him the popular vote? weigh in now. ,,,,,,,,
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county. today the board of supervisors unanimously passed a ballot measure that gives the cannabis decision to the people. this comes after a petition was filed in favor of the ban. it would prohibit manufacturing, processing and delivery of marijuana and would ban all marijuana dispensaries. people on both sides of the argument left pleased with today's decision. >> we are good people just like everybody else trying to get into a business to bring an economic boon to the county. i think we're all tired of the conversation on both sides of the fence. we wanted an end to the debate so we welcome the ballot. >> county government has failed the people of calaveras county. they come up with ordinances on this issue, we're not workable, not sustainable. >> voters will make the final decision on may 2. back here in the bay area, 7 people hospitalized after a multi-car crash in oakley. the collision left one of the cars completely totaled. it happened around 3:30 this afternoon in front of freedom high school. we know five of the victims
were high school students. an elementary school student and parent were also involved in the crash. officials tell us there have been crashes at this intersection in the past. tonight authorities are searching for the suspect involved in a deadly drive-by shooting in alameda county. it happened just before 7 p.m. along princeton street and smalley avenue in hayward. we are learning the victim has been identified as 16-year-old lamar murphy. these are pictures from his facebook page. he was pronounced dead at the scene. no arrests have been made in connection with the shooting. coming up, piles of storm debris washing up in the bay. wait until you see what's being pulled up and how it's causing problems for boats and ferries. >> snowpack numbers are absolutely incredible right now. the north california snowpack north sierra, 161% of average the lowest of the three regions. will the sierra see more snow in the next week? the seven-day forecast coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
area's drivers. pop holes are popping up everywhere and popping tires. kpix 5's keit do shows us the rules on getting paid back for pothole damage. >> reporter: most of the time you will likely have to pay for the repair yourself and, in fact, here in the bay area, we have some of the highest repair bills in the nation. comes out to about $1,000 a vehicle a year. but caltrans may cover some of the cost. >> oh, gee. hit a pothole and i'm paying for that one. >> reporter: at this tire company in san jose potholes mean business is rolling right along. lewis dixon hit a pothole on an exit ramp on highway 17 and broke his tire. the repair will be $250. >> i didn't have a wreck after hitting that hole i almost lost control of the car. >> reporter: a long running program that few people know about, drivers can actually file a damage claim against caltrans. caltrans says if you feel that you have lost money or property
as a result of any action or inaction by caltrans, and your claim is for $10,000 or less, you can file your claim directly with caltrans. you have to get two repair estimates and then wait 45 days for processing. caltrans says each claim is taken on a case-by-case basis and the damage from new potholes likely will not get covered. >> if somebody hit a pothole, say, 15 minutes after it developed, then, you know, that is certainly not our fault. but if it's been out there for most of the time, then that's another question. >> reporter: for lewis, he is in too much of a rush and filing a claim is too much trouble. he will let it go this time. >> we pray for rain. we need the water. and i said this is one of the prices to pay for at least the no longer suffering with the drought. >> reporter: back in 2015 caltrans received about 4,000 claims. they only approved about 10% of them. if you file a claim with caltrans and you get denied, you can appeal but it will
likely end up in small claims court. in san jose, kiet do, kpix 5. check out this mountain of debris. it's just some of the stuff that weekend storms brought into the bay. the army corps of engineers pulled in giant tree trunks, refrigerators even and some big pieces of wood. all a navigation hazard. one ferry boat got damaged propellers. >> hopefully it will be back in the next couple of days. we put two new propellers on. >> right now the corps of engineers is using high school specialized boats ee -- highly specialized boats to clear the shipping lanes. uber says self-driving technology will be turned off. the driver will be behind the wheel. instead, uber says the cars will be used to develop the technology further. the self-driving uber were kicked out of the state last month. the dmv says they were operating without proper permits. santa clara university just got the biggest donation in its
history. a real estate developer and scu grad gave the university $100 million to create a campus within a campus. here's the rendering of what will be the so bran no campus for discovery and innovation. so bran no wants the campus to enhance student learning across science, technology, engineering and mathematics to develop solutions for societal challenges. one other note. stanford university about to spike prices for football season tickets. starting next see so ticket prices set to jump 200% next season. normally. >> $500. now they have to pay an additional $1,000 a seat. >> 200%. that's too much. that's too much. unless the game is going to be 200% better because last year was -- we didn't get to the rose bowl. >> there you go. according to a national cbs sports report, college football attendance was down across the board last season. let's get to the results of our snapshot poll. what do you think of president trump's claims of voter fraud? re investigation.
toss to meteorologist paul deanno (((weather))) (((weather))) the weather is always worth more investigation and we'll investigate for the next 2.5 minutes. talking about you know why we're going dry and how long the dry will stick around. temperatures outside this evening chilly. temperatures near freezing in the tri-valley. livermore 46. san jose 30s tonight. right now 49 degrees. 50 in santa rosa and san francisco. the warm spot is oakland at 52. look at the glorious radar showing no rainfall. we have been begging for rain for five years. now we don't want it. we have received 300% of our average rainfall for the month of january. we can be done and be fine with it and we will be done for a while.
>> so why are we getting a break? well, for so long, we had a big ridge of high pressure which wouldn't allow a storm in. now it's gone. we had a low pressure system from the gulf of alaska feeding up to a dozen storms so far this month. now the pattern is changing as a ridge of high pressure is returning. this one is going to extend all the way into british columbia envelope the west coast even seattle will go dry. and we'll stay dry for the next several days. the last storm is now over southern nevada toward utah and northern arizona. clear tonight, fog tomorrow morning in the north and east bays but widespread cloud cover not happening tomorrow. thursday we were talking about a weak rain chance in the north bay. now looks like that ridge will be so strong it keeps that rain and most of the cloud cover offshore so you get some sunshine. no rainfall for thursday into thursday evening. friday, the weekend, looking very dry. that ridge of high pressure gets so close, parks itself right over the bay area.
not only sunny not only dry but highs will be in the 60s over the weekend after being stuck in the house for so long, it will be a wonderful weekend to get outside. so nights are going to be foggy and frosty especially inland. that's the next couple nights. the weekend weather will be fantastic to get outside and we may just be finished with rainfall for january. next widespread rain chance next wednesday february 1. san francisco 5 degrees below average tomorrow. but sunny 53 degrees. milpitas 54. sunnyvale 56. burlingame and san mateo 54 degrees. danville, alamo, north of pleasant hill about 54 for you. benicia, martinez, 53. sonoma 53. alameda 55 with sunshine. santa rosa low 50s. cloverdale low 50s. lakeport lots of rain for you this month no rain tomorrow 51 degrees. thursday a little cloudier but that's all no rain. friday milder saturday, sunday, monday, low 60s away from the water. and the first north bay rain showers will not return until the next tuesday night. 6 to 7 consecutive mainly dry
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a hollywood favorite from the start tapping into traditions of cinema's golden age. the other contenders for best motion picture show a diverse field including arrival, denzel washington's fences, and "hacksaw ridge" which also scored a director nomination for mel gibson ending his 10- year blacklisting for racist comments. >> interesting that hollywood has essentially forgiven mel gibson. >> reporter: also nominated for best picture, hell or high water, hidden figures, lion, manchester by the sea, and moonlight about a young man who struggles with identity growing up in miami. nominee for best actress are: amy adams was left on the list for arrival although the film got eight nominations overall.
the awards will be handed out in hollywood at the dolby theater on february 26 with jimmy kimmel has host. >> the nominees for lead actor are: >> but why do you think that is? >> reporter: all told, it's the most diverse field in a decade. danielle nottingham, cbs news, los angeles. >> good one. >> haven't seen them. >> we only see films if they are animated. >> not an made, it's not on in our house, nope. >> thomas the train. >> there you go. >> i'm right there with you. [ laughter ] >> for news throughout the evening the latest is always on our website, cbssf.com. >> don't forget to join us for nightbeat at 10:00 on our sister station, kbcw 44/cable 12. join us back here tonight at 11:00. >> good night. ,,,,
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